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Multiple POP Accounts In Outlook?

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I have the patch to Outlook 97 that allows multiple pop accounts but how do I tell outlook what one I want to send through when I create a new message?  No matter what I put in the FROM: field, it always sends the message using the same account.  Thanks for your help!!!
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1) Go to Tools/Accounts.  From there, it will list the accounts you have.  You can select the "default" one.

2) Upgrade to Outlook 98!!  It is free from microsoft and fixes A LOT of bugs in OL97.  http://officeupdate.microsoft.com
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